The “Modeling Immunity to Influenza Infection” (MITII) Center at Emory
University, which is the part of an NIH/NIAID funded program on Modeling
Immunity for Biodefense (MIB), is hosting a summer school on "Modeling
Immunology” on May 21-24, 2017 at Emory University in Atlanta.
There is no fee to attend the summer school. Admitted students will be
provided with accommodation at Emory, and their travel expenses will be
reimbursed up to $500.
The main target audience for the summer school are individuals who are
early in their career (advanced undergraduate or graduate students and
postdocs), have solid training in the lab/bench-sciences, but not much
mathematical/statistical modeling background, and want to get an
introduction to modeling in immunology, virology, and related areas.
More details about the summer school and how to apply can be found at: